Could you please tell me what that this expression mean in this context as i have found in dictioanry that it has many meanings.
"I was taken back by how people use(something)"
Does is mean: surprised, disappointed??
Thank you in advance
Re: taken back
There's a small typing error. I think you meant to say taken aback (not taken back). If you are taken aback by something, it means you are very surprised or shocked by something.
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